Recruiting Roundup: Monquavion Brinson decommits from Syracuse; Mike Harley interested

Syracuse moved to 2-0 on the season

Interesting article from the Daily Orange with former Syracuse football coach Greg Robinson. He feels that he left the program in good shape. Wow. On to today’s recruiting links…

Peach State defensive back Monquavion Brinson decommitted from Syracuse’s 2016 class on Monday evening, he posted on Twitter. Brinson, rated three-stars by the major recruiting services, and had offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, Louisville, Mississippi State and Kentucky, among others.

Offensive tackle Sean Foster tweeted on Monday evening that he will be taking an official to Iowa State this weekend as opposed to Jan. 22. Foster is a four-star prospect from Carmel (Ill.) Catholic, and his offer list includes Maryland, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Boston College, and Syracuse.

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Paramus (NJ) Catholic wide receiver Donald Stewart has set his final two of Stanford and Michigan, writes’s Braulio Perez. Stewart was also pursued at various times by Boston College, Rutgers, UConn, Syracuse, Ole’ Miss and Maryland.

The Sun Sentinel’s Pat Lammer reports that Syracuse is pursuing 2017 wide receiver Mike Harley. Harley considers Indiana and Syracuse his two favorites, and also holds offers from Cincinnati, Miami, NC State, Purdue, Temple and West Virginia.

Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII forward Louis King talked about the potential of a new ‘Fab Five’ at Seton Hall with’s very own, Adam Zagoria. The 2018 prospect already holds offers from Syracuse, Seton Hall, VCU and SMU.

That’s all for today. See you tomorrow!

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